Tuesday, August 11, 2020
Aug. 11, 2020

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The Tip Top Tavern voluntarily closed Saturday, citing concerns about the difficulty of enforcing the requirement that customers wear masks when not at their tables.

Vancouver bar Tip Top closes, cites challenge of state mask rule

Iconic Vancouver bar Tip Top Tavern closed its doors Saturday afternoon “for the foreseeable future.” Its owner cited pressure caused by Washington’s COVID-19 mask rules.
A screenshot of the Washington State Department of Health coronavirus dashboard.

Washington’s coronavirus data reporting problems persist

Data reporting problems continue to hamper Washington’s daily COVID-19 updates, leaving an incomplete picture of the virus’s spread in this state.
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Buses line up to transport students from Covington Middle School on March 13, 2020.

Four Clark County school superintendents sign letter asking Inslee to limit virus liability

Washington school superintendents, including four in Clark County, face criticism after asking the Governor’s office to take executive action shielding districts from coronavirus liability in the new school year.
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Nautilus CEO Jim Barr

Vancouver-based Nautilus sees record-high Q2 sales

Vancouver-based exercise equipment maker Nautilus enjoyed a record-breaking second quarter, driven by a booming market for home fitness equipment during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Clark County reports 92 new COVID-19 cases over weekend

Clark County Public Health reported 92 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 and no new deaths in weekend numbers reported Monday.


ZoomInfo is headquarted in the 805 Broadway building in Vancouver. The business-intelligence company was founded as DiscoverOrg but acquired competitor Zoom Information last year and adopted the ZoomInfo name for the combined company.

Vancouver-based ZoomInfo sees Q2 gain in first quarter as public company

Vancouver-based ZoomInfo Technologies released its second quarter results Monday, detailing a 62 percent year-over-year revenue gain in its first quarter as a public company following…


Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman poses for a photo at the Capitol in Olympia. (AP Photo/Ted S.

Washington’s top elections official warns of ‘very concerning’ changes at Postal Service that could impact voting

Washington election officials are worried that attempts to cut costs at the U.S. Postal Service could impact the November election amid growing bipartisan concerns about…

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